Jeff McLane and Zach Berman try to predict who will fall to the Eagles' No. 14 slot in the first round.
The Eagles might choose one or more cornerbacks in the NFL draft, which starts Thursday.
The Paulsboro native expects to hear his name called in the draft.
Look for Birds to shore up the running back and wide receiver positions.
There's some chance the Stanford running back will be gone when Birds pick at 14, but if he's there, they should draft him.
They have stocked the D-line in many drafts. Maybe Derek Barnett is on their radar this time.
The Birds safety wouldnt mind seeing the team draft Marshon Lattimore or Gareon Conley
Art Baker, now 79, explains why he never played for the Eagles after they drafted him in the first round in December 1960.
Get ready for the tired references in TV coverage to Rocky. And Santa Claus and snowballs ...
Cornerback or receiver are the positions some draft watchers expect the Eagles to fill with their first-round pick.
The Eagles must plan for many scenarios before they pick in the first round of the NFL draft.
The Eagles executive vice president of football operations does fine when there are lots of draft targets,
Finding playmakers to help Carson Wentz is the goal
Myles Garrett, the likely top pick in the NFL draft, could be the next Von Miller or the next Mike Mamula, depending on who you talk to.
The running back said he would love to sign with his hometown Eagles